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Radu Mihaileanu


Radu Mihaileanu was born on April 23, 1958 in Bucharest, Romania. He is a writer and director, known for Train of Life (1998), The Concert (2009) and Live and Become (2005). See full bio »

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Train of Life Writer
(1998)
The Concert Writer
(2009)
(2005)
Trahir Writer
(1993)

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 2016 The History of Love (dialogue) / (scenario and adaptation)
 2011 The Source (adaptation and dialogue) / (scenario)
 2009 The Concert (adaptation and dialogue) / (scenario)
 2002 Les pygmées de Carlo (TV Movie)
 1998 Train of Life (writer)
 1993 Trahir (writer)
 1989 Le mensonge d'un clochard (Short)
 1989 Le banquet (TV Movie) (adaptation)
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Other Works:

1987: Book of poems "Une vague en mal de mer".
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Personal Quote:

[on Train of Life (1998)] I don't know if I'm religious and I don't have all the answers. But having questions, as the Jewish people say, is half the answer. The question is, are we human beings or not? Are we barbarians, or do we truly exist as human beings? What is a human being? Before blaming God, let's try to watch ourselves in the mirror. (...) The only thing I want people to understand is ... See more »

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